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Dr Roger Taylor PhD BVSc
Dr Taylor graduated in Physiology and Veterinary Science at Liverpool University, then gained PhD at Edinburgh University for work on the function of the thymus. Continued work at National Institute for Medical Research, Mill Hill, London, mainly on immunological tolerance and T-B cell co-operation. Then to Bristol University Pathology Department as Reader in Immunology and Director of the Medical Research Council’s Immunobiology Research Group. Authored two articles on animal physiology and 54 articles on fundamental immunology.
Becoming less than illusioned with the mainstream approach to biology and medicine, he joined Dr Julian Kenyon for two years as member of The Dove Project for the study of Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine, where he worked mainly on light output from the human body, publishing two articles on this subject and one on use of the Bio-Vincent technique in cancer.
Since then Dr Taylor has pursued private study and research, with particular interests in quantum biology, subtle fields, computerised bioelectrography, and some new therapies including ormus, the scenar and singlet oxygen therapy. A long-time science editor for Caduceus magazine, he has written a number of more popular articles related to these subjects, and given many occasional talks – most recently a course of six under the title of “New Biology New Medicine”.

Ormus: a new state of matter with promise for use in medicine
Sometimes called White Gold, ormus was discovered in the early 1970s as a residue in a volcanic soil unidentifiable by the usual chemical or spectroscopic methods. It later proved to consist of certain heavy metals (Rhodium, Iridium, Platinum, Gold and several others) having an unusual, and hitherto unrecognised, electronic arrangement, which renders them (1) non-metallic (2) chemically nonreactive, and (3) superconductive at normal temperatures. These elements are ubiquitously distributed throughout soils and waters, being particularly concentrated in certain sources. They also form a normal constituent of living organisms. Following some remarkable recoveries by volunteer recipients of these materials, samples have been given to many individual doctors, who have reported extraordinary effects on a wide variety of conditions, including AIDS, cancer and multiple sclerosis. In some of many tests by a number of research establishments, mice have recovered from experimentally induced cancer, and cancer cells in vitro appear to have reverted to normal.
This talk will give a brief account of the discovery and physico-chemical properties of these elements, leading on to a discussion of the available evidence on their biological effects and the effects of administration to human beings. This will include my own experience of taking it, and an objective reflection of this, as obtained with a computerised Kirlian instrument.

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